Previews and Lineups
The AL’s top-seeded Orioles prepare to take on one of the game’s best offenses in the second round of the playoffs.
It’s the final home series of the regular season. The Orioles need one win to clinch the division.
The Orioles look to lock up the AL East while the 2019 World Champions are dwelling in the cellar.
The Orioles can add to their MLB-leading 50 road wins as they head to Cleveland for four.
The Astros lead the AL West, but not by much. They’ve got a lot to play for.
The Rays come to town for a four-game series with a playoff feel. Can Baltimore rise to the occasion and take control of the AL East at Camden Yards?
It’s been a long time since the Orioles last saw the Red Sox. Since then, the teams have gone in opposite directions.
The Angels went all-in at the trade deadline, collapsed spectacularly, and then jettisoned their key players for literally nothing. It’s been quite the season.
The former NL West leader has been strapped for pitching, but despite a slump in July-August, they’re still just half a game out of a Wild Card slot.
The Orioles need to take care of business against this underachieving team.
With the Rays playing the last place Yankees, the Orioles must take care of business against the last place Rockies
The O’s have dominated the Jays for much of the season, and right now the division rival is on the outside of the AL playoff picture.
Starting with this series, three of the next four Orioles opponents are non-contenders
The Orioles have exceeded expectations while San Diego has disappointed this year. Can Baltimore kick the Padres while they’re down?
The O’s start off their West Coast road trip against a Mariners team that’s won seven straight and feature one of baseball’s best rotations.
The Astros rotation scuffled in July, but they just swung a big trade to get back old friend Justin Verlander. The O’s will miss him this time.
The most expensive team in baseball has turned out to be one of the worst, prompting a fire sale earlier this week.
It’s a big four-game road series against a formidable opponent.
The Yanks are in town and expecting to activate their star for a big three-game set.
The Phillies are 10-8 in July and averaging over five runs scored per game
For the first time since Opening Day, the O’s are perched above the Rays in the standings. Win this series in the Trop and they’ll officially control their destiny in the AL East.
The 53-39 Dodgers lead the NL West by just one game, and roll into Baltimore with many of their top arms on the shelf.
The Orioles will start the second half with three games against the Marlins at Camden Yards.
The Orioles look to take the series with Tyler Wells on the mound and Austin Hays back in the lineup
The high-ranked prospect is, not surprisingly, right in there right away
The O’s can increase their lead over the Yankees for the top wild card spot with a strong showing in the four-game set in the Bronx.